The history of the Five Indian Nations depending on the province of New-... Return to object viewer The history of the Five Indian Nations depending on the province of New-York in America Creator Colden, Cadwallader Place [New-York] Publisher Printed and sold by William Bradford, in New-York Date 1727 Notes Dedication signed Cadwallader ColdenWoodcut printer's ornament on title page; head and tail pieces"A short vocabulary of some words and names used by the French authors, which are not generally understood by the English that understand the French language, and may therefore be useful to those that intend to read the French accounts, or compare them with the accounts now published", p. xi-xiii, printed in parallel columns, gives the names used by the French for the tribes of the Five Nations compared to the names used by the English or the Five Nations tribes, also known as the Iroquois Confederacy including the old Five Nations of New York, the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Seneca peoplesSignatures: [a]⁴ b⁴ c² A-P⁴ (P4 verso blank)Printed as part 1 only; parts 1 and 2 first published under title: The history of the Five Indian Nations of Canada which are dependent on the province of New York in America, and are the barrier between the English and French in that part of the world, London, 1747Bookseller's advertisement: p. , 3rd groupErrata: p. , 3rd group Local notes John Carter Brown Library copy has engraved portrait of author from later edition bound as frontispieceJohn Carter Brown Library copy imperfect: JCB Cat. lists folded map in collation; no map found in this copy JCB Call Number D727 .C688h Format Not fiction Book Contains Plates Contains Maps Printed Subject Booksellers' catalogs, United States, 1727 New York (State), History, Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 Imprint 1727 Pennsylvania, History, Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 Indian linguistics, Iroquois language Iroquois Indians Language engiro Normalized Place of Publication New York United States 0.8X ? Dimensions 16 cm. (8vo) Add to project Close notification Looks like you're on a mobile device To annotate, collaborate, and publish projects you need to switch to desktop.